The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol is a protocol for secure remote login and other secure network services over an insecure network. ssh and sftp are two commands used to login and file transfer securely. Learn about ssh usage with examples & available options.
netstat – 10 Most common usage with examples
netstat is one of the most commonly used command to print the network information, However the output of netstat may be difficult to understand with lots of rows and columns of data. With examples in this article you will be able to to use right option to get the right information along with complete understanding of the netstat command output.
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ssh Without Password in Few Simple Steps
ssh access without password is a time saver and a must for automated scripts to copy files and transfer data across different servers. Setting us password less access can be tricky but you should be able to configure it using examples in this article.
DNS Sinkhole Setup : Your defense against Bot net controllers
DNS sink hole is a process to identify the bot net master hosting malware software servers and assign the dns record of these hosts to localhost, non-existing or unused ip address . A valid ip is not returned for these host resolution and the infected host never connects to the bot net master server
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Biggest Cloud Security Threats when Moving to Cloud in 2019
Are you thinking to move your business to the cloud? Have you thought of the cyber risks attached to it during the cloud migration? Well, if the answer is yes, then take a look at this post where we will be discussing the vulnerabilities and threats associated with your business and how you can combat the same. Continue reading “Biggest Cloud Security Threats when Moving to Cloud in 2019”
What can you do to secure your data in the cloud?
Cloud storage is widely used by organisations because it increases productivity. However, fears are still present when it comes to trusting a third party with valuable data. The lack of visibility and control over this data is difficult to accept.
According to a recent research, a majority of SMBs are worried about their data not being safe in the cloud, but why? And what can IT teams do about it? Continue reading “What can you do to secure your data in the cloud?”
Is Your Free VPN Putting Your Data at Risk?
Free VPN are stripped down versions of full-featured, more secure premium VPN services. Free VPNs should be used cautiously and with the knowledge that the service provider could be monitoring the users’ activity. Free VPNs can also put the user’s data at risk with advertising infected with malware. Continue reading “Is Your Free VPN Putting Your Data at Risk?”
Identity Protection Online: A Simple Tip
Online privacy was once an issue that didn’t seem to be of much interest outside of cybersecurity circles. However, the landscape has shifted rapidly since the propagation of high-speed broadband networks. Since the early days of the internet, users have known to be wary of people who are not who they say they are. However, there is now a growing understanding that, even if you are careful about who you share data with, businesses are constantly finding new ways of getting data from and about us. Continue reading “Identity Protection Online: A Simple Tip”
Merger of Security & Compliance, what it Means for Cloud Developers
Recent data breaches that are splashed across the news have made the point crystal clear that data protection can no longer be an add-on that businesses source out externally to complete. It’s become a critical issue that companies are now learning how to deal with internally, and there are three key trends that are shaping the area of data protection, having a huge influence on how these protections are achieved more successfully. Continue reading “Merger of Security & Compliance, what it Means for Cloud Developers”